As part of the ‘EU-India Think Tank Twinning Initiative 2016’, Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations, Mumbai, partnered with Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome, on a series of papers, titled “Moving forward the EU-India Security Dialogue: Traditional and Emerging Issues.” The following commentary is in response to the paper by Isabelle Sourbès-Verger on ‘EU-India Cooperation on Space and Security’.
The topic had four sub-themes:
- India-EU maritime security and freedom of navigation from the South China Sea and Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean;
- India-EU defence cooperation: the role of industry;
- Potential and challenges of India-EU space cooperation;
- India-EU cooperation on cyber security and data protection.
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This commentary on India-EU space cooperation is part of the project and has been authored by Dr. Chaitanya Giri and analyses the strengthening of bilateral linkages through regular multi-track dialogues, joint space gaming, techno-economic partnerships and scientific exchanges.
Read the original paper from Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome, here.
You can download the PDF version of this commentary, here.
Dr. Chaitanya Giri is a ELSI Origins Network Scientist at the Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan and Visiting Scientist, Solar System Exploration Division, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
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